with Tubten Pende
Sunday, 11:15am – 12:45pm
The Buddha has stated again and again that the mind is the creator of all happiness and suffering. He advised us to control our minds by avoiding nonvirtue and practicing virtue. He identified those mental functions that are virtuous and those that are nonvirtuous so that we would have a chance to succeed. This knowledge has been preserved by a living tradition and is being made available to us through a presentation of mind and its functions. Learn how to control your mind and achieve happiness through knowledge of how the mind works.
Everyone is welcome
Tubten Pende is a practicing Buddhist since 1972 when he was introduced to Tibetan Buddhism in India. Pende was included in the first wave of the FPMT’s Western Buddhist teachers. He was the coordinator of the Geshe Studies Program at Manjushri Institute, England; spiritual program coordinator, director, and later resident teacher at Nalanda Monastery, France; and an FPMT International Office Education Services program developer of the Masters Program at Istituto Lama Tzong Khapa, Italy. He is interested in the effective application of Buddhist theory and practice in the daily life of ordinary people.
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